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  • Facebook wants to listen in on your TV and music

    Sophos - Naked Security
    Facebook proposes to recognize and post news feed updates about the TV shows and movies you're watching, and songs you're listening to. One assumes - well, one hopes - the company won't be eavesdropping NSA-style with the new feature.
  • Expert: Fake eBay Customer List is Bitcoin Bait

    Krebs on Security
    In the wake of eBay's disclosure that a breach may have exposed the personal data on tens of millions of users, several readers have written in to point out an advertisement that is offering to sell the full leaked user database for 1.4 bitcoins (roughly USD $772 at today's exchange rates). The ad has even prompted some media outlets to pile on that the stolen eBay data is now for sale. But a cursory examination of the information suggests that it is almost certainly little more than a bid to separate the unwary from their funds.
  • SpyEye-using Cybercriminal Arrested in Britain

    TrendLabs - Malware Blog
    We’ve recently seen multiple arrests and take downs of cybercriminals and their infrastructure. Here is another one to add up. Law Enforcement in England has arrested and prosecuted a cybercriminal called Jam3s in cooperation with Trend Micro. His real identity is James Bayliss. James ran some SpyEye command-and-control servers and also coded a SpyEye plugin […]Post from: Trendlabs Security Intelligence Blog - by Trend MicroSpyEye-using Cybercriminal Arrested in Britain
  • SpyEye-using Cybercriminal Arrested in Britain

    Trend Micro - Security Intelligence
    We’ve recently seen multiple arrests and take downs of cybercriminals and their infrastructure. Here is another one to add up. Law Enforcement in England has arrested and prosecuted a cybercriminal called Jam3s in cooperation with Trend Micro. His real identity is James Bayliss. James ran some SpyEye command-and-control servers and also coded a SpyEye plugin […]Post from: Trendlabs Security Intelligence Blog - by Trend MicroSpyEye-using Cybercriminal Arrested in Britain
  • SourceForge’s turn to reset passwords – this time in a good cause!

    Sophos - Naked Security
    Hot on the heels of eBay's password problems comes a password reset notification from SourceForge.

    The good news is that SourceForge's reset is a *proactive* measure, not a reactive one.
  • Facebook Users are Protected by Trend Micro Through HouseCall for Facebook

    Trend Micro - Cloud Security Blog
    Around two years ago we announced our partnership with Facebook in their initiative to protect their now 1.3 billion users from threats. Back then, our efforts were focused on malicious websites, especially those related to threats like survey scams. This year, we’re glad to announce that we’ve collaborated with Facebook on yet another way to...
  • Is Cisco Back (as an enterprise security leader)?

    Network World - Networking Nuggets and Security Snippets
    It wasn't too long ago that Cisco was a dominant force in information security technology.  The company was a market leader in firewalls, IDS/IPS, and email security and was actively pushing products for endpoint security and SIEM as well as security "blades" for Catalyst switches.  Heck, Cisco even articulated a bold vision of "self-defending networks" with security policy, enforcement, and intelligence...
  • Weev invoices feds for ‘kidnapping’ him for 3 years

    Sophos - Naked Security
    The self-confessed troll convicted of hacking AT&T - a conviction recently overturned - wants one bitcoin for every hour he spent in jail.
  • Facebook introduces Bullying Prevention Centre for UK, Europe

    Sophos - Naked Security
    The new centre offers a reporting flow that's smarter about language (e.g. don't use the term "report" with kids - it makes them feel like stool pigeons) and offers kids the option of getting help from someone in their circle if they need it.
  • Have hackers defeated the iPhone kill switch?

    Graham Cluley
    A couple of hackers are reported to have found a way to bypass the iOS Activation Lock, opening the door for criminals to sell stolen iPhones and iPads to others.

    Read more in my article on the Intego Mac Security blog.

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